When Does Organizations Conduct Employee and Pre-employment Drug Testing

Published on by Lena Moss


The use of illegal drugs can affect an employee's work performance and can cause an overall impact to the work and well-being of the other employees and the work environment. For work that requires operating heavy machinery or involves health and safety of others, managers ought to particularly be aware if a particular worker is under the influence of illicit drugs. Drug use can influence workplace concentration and judgment and, if illegal drugs are involved, it could put the organization and the company at risk. To diminish business hazard, there must be a drug testing for employee and pre-employment backgroundcheck.

 

The most commonly used drug testing in the workplace are multi-panel drug tests since they detect the presence of various kinds of drugs in just one testing. For example, 5-panel drug tests detect for Cocaine Amphetamine/Methamphetamine, Opiates such as heroin, codeine and morphine, Phencyclidine or PCP, THC (marijuana). There is also 10-panel drug test kits that detects the Cocaine, Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, Opiates such as heroin, codeine and morphine, Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates, Propoxyphene, Phencyclidine or PCP,THC (marijuana) and Methadone. Using multi-panel drug tests should are advisable for easy detection of the given types of drugs in the presence of an individual.....

 

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